NDSU Spring Music Tour Announced

The NDSU Concert Choir and Madrigal Singers will present the 2017 Spring Tour concert series in March. The program features three new works: “The New Moon” by Nicholas Ryan Kelly, winner of the 2016 Fissinger Prize; “I Will Come to You” by NDSU student Michael Fairbairn; and “Hummingbird,” a collaboration by Jocelyn Hagen and electronic…
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Festival To Host Tony-Award Winning Playwright

The theatre departments of the Tri-College University are set to host and perform works by distinguished playwright Mary Zimmerman during the “Mary Zimmerman Festival,” scheduled for March 20-22. The Tony award-winning playwright will visit Fargo-Moorhead for a Tri-College Colloquium focusing on her works. While here, she will meet with students at NDSU, Concordia College and…
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Nursing Faculty Member Named Fellow In Adolescent Health

Molly Secor-Turner, associate professor in the NDSU School of Nursing, has been designated a fellow in the Society of Adolescent Health and Medicine. She will be honored at the 2017 Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine at its annual meeting March 10 in New Orleans. Secor-Turner was selected for her local and global health leadership efforts. “You have…
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Alumnae Named ‘Top Women In Business’

Two NDSU alumnae have been recognized among the “Top 25 Women in Business” by Prairie Business magazine. The honorees were acknowledged as leaders in their communities and careers. • Lisa (Wald) Ansley, BS ’93, civil engineering, is the operations director for the AE2S engineering firm in Bismarck, North Dakota. She is a member of the…
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Student Newspaper Earns Awards

The Spectrum student newspaper received two awards March 5 at the annual Associated Collegiate Press midwinter conference. Schools from across the U.S. and Canada were represented. The newspaper placed first in the special edition category and won third in the website (large school) category. The Spectrum’s sex and romance special edition was published the Monday before…
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